Would you go to Japan if you were given the opportunity? Why or why not?

Would you go to Japan if you were given the opportunity? Why or why not?

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  1. I’ve been to Japan a few times and loved it. Would it be as cool living there? I don’t know.

    I will say that I knew a guy who had lived in NYC, Dubai, London and Tokyo and both he and his family said they liked Tokyo the most.

  2. There was a time in my life that I would have. Deep into j-pop & anime & importing untranslated Japanese video games; it was my whole life in college.

    I think those days are pretty much gone for me. Still enjoying Attack on Titan, overlord and one or two others but the hype for me is gone. I think I needed my college friends around me always talking about that stuff to maintain the coolness factor.

    So, no I wouldn’t go. As a family man my money & time have become pretty important and there’s nothing to gain from me visiting Japan.

  3. Yes because the Nintendo amusement park and studio ghibli park looks like a lot of fun but no because I’m a woman and Japan has a serious sexual harassment problem

  4. HELL YES. Japan is my favorite place I’ve ever traveled to, and that was before I became a fan of anime and manga. I love learning about history and other cultures, so when I travel I want as much culture shock as possible and Japan is very weird (in a good way) compared to the US. Shibuya and Shinjuku are fun to walk around because there’s just an absurd amount of stuff, the food is incredible. I had a chicken katsu bowl in Tokyo station and it’s still one of the most delicious meals I’ve ever had. It’s also so clean. If someone handed my a ticket and I had to be on a plane tonight, I wouldn’t think twice, and I literally just got off a plane 2 hours ago.

  5. No not really. Japan is interesting, but I’ve gotten most of what I think I’d experience from the YT travel channels like Wien’s. I’d love to visit SK, so Japan might be included on my trip in 1 year if I can afford it.

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